What Features are Available with Cinedapt?

Every story has already been told, and every movie has already been made. Cinedapt offers a new platform for your films to be original, unpredictable, and relatable for each viewer.
We have listed some examples below to inspire your creativity. Please reach out with any questions.

Film Variations

Cinedaptive films allow the user to select three main settings for the film: Genre, Length, and Rating. These are described below.

Alternate Scenes

When filming your movie, you may provide alternate scenes which can be displayed to users based on their profile. The following in this category require a scene to by scripted and filmed. Think of these as your director’s cut with more customization for each viewer.

Examples of Death Scenes Based on Phobias:

  • spiders, snakes, dismemberment, maggots, eyes gauged, etc.

Example of Animal Preference:

  • a traumatic flashback scene where a pet which looks similar to the viewer’s as a child is murdered. The user’s preference of animal can be shown (cat, dog, etc.)

Example of Animal Fear:

  • a nightmare scene being chased, murdered, or frightened by the viewer’s fear (snake, rat, spider, etc.)

Example of Alternate Camera Angles:

  • alternate camera angles can be assembled based on the user’s preference. This is effective for both live performances and adult films.

Example of Sexual Preference in Nightmare or Hallucination:

  • a scene with a demon, ghost, or kill from blonde, brunette, red hair, Asian, Hispanic, or African actress of user’s preference

Examples of Scene Shown to Users Based on Personality and Attention Span:

  • show extended, short, or normal length version of a scene
  • sShuffle scene order
  • show deleted scenes
  • alternate endings

Visual Effects

When your movie is in post-production, you may provide visual effects to users based on their profile. The following in this category should be planned during principal photography and tested during post production.

Example of Dynamic Animations:

  • viewer name or recognizable phrase written in blood
  • name or phrase written on a wall, paper, mirror, etc.

Examples of Images in Scenes:

  • friends on missing posters
  • family on police station wall as victims
  • rendering scenes with recognizable names, locations, and more along with familiar images, audio, and video

Machine Learning and Adaptation

Your movie can adapt to users for unpredictability and optimization based on previous user experience. This also makes the movie more re-watchable.

Examples of Adaptations Based on Machine Learning:

  • dynamic content and scene order
  • unpredictable timing for scare sequences
  • alternate scare based on previously seen in the movie or other movies
  • relatable music based on music recommendations


Auditory enhancements range from subtle bonuses requiring slight pre¬production planning to major requiring intense script planning. Some of these are easy to include while others will require additional post production.

Examples of Selected Music:

  • music can be selected for a user or group of users based on common interest or other specifications, e.g. New Kids on the Block referenced in 4 clips for the film It (2017) caused a relation to viewers in the target age range

Examples of Audio Generated for Film:

  • relatable phrases spoken off camera (either robotic or through automated dialog replacement)
  • recognizable names (either robotic or through automated dialog replacement)

Examples of Sampled Audio:

  • pitches, frequencies, and sounds specific to the viewer to entice fear (e.g., nails on chalk board, water drip, low bass, etc.)

Example of Future Auditory Features:

  • *synthesizing vocals from frequency extraction of deceased loved ones, so the user hears relatable phrases spoken in a familiar voice
  • *synthesizing vocals for the actors to speak related words and phrases (more variants than ADR)

Physiological and Psychological

With an abundance of physiological and psychological data available on users, if a user opts into using this data, advanced functionality is available. These will require additional planning and work; therefore, are not recommended for the first release.

Example of Physiological:

  • *synchronizing a scene beats per minute with a user’s resting heart rate before ramping above intense during the scare sequence

Example of Psychological:

  • *disturbing imagery and content based on analysis of the user’s online psychological profile


Cinedaptive advertisements in your movie extend beyond product placement and rejuvenate old advertisements with new. There are two forms of advertisement options available: product placements and dynamic advertisements. This only applies if you as a filmmaker chose to include advertisements in your film.

Example of Product Placement:

  • *control either displaying a scene featuring a product or a scene without when the campaign has ended

Example of Advertisements:

  • *display alternates of a brand advertisement in the form of images, video, or audio specific to the viewer’s product interest and product campaign